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Posted in: Communications ministry punishes 32 officials for wining and dining See in context

fire them or this is just a coverup as usual.

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Posted in: As Olympics loom, Japan's health care in turmoil See in context

They only had a year to sort out the hospitals and build some temporary ones like China and the UK did.

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Posted in: 28 local Japanese governments considering mass vaccination sites See in context

Whats to consider ?

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Posted in: Japan may let pharmacists administer COVID-19 vaccines See in context

Just make a quick decision for once !

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Posted in: Japan secures extra Pfizer vaccine doses for 25 mil people See in context

Why wait until the 20th when they already know they will approve them ?? Just hurry up and get the people vaccinated so life can go back to normal and save some lives.

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Posted in: Japan to expand, extend virus state of emergency See in context

Roll out the vaccines quicker then no need for any more SOE. It's that simple...............

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Posted in: Pfizer and BioNTech to donate vaccines for Olympic athletes See in context

Where is the urgency to approve more vaccines so the general population can be protected then this wouldn't be an issue. They must change the system and the people in charge.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor says mutant strains of COVID-19 becoming dominant See in context

If the Japanese government had done a better job rolling out the vaccine this wouldn't be an issue. Why is Koike so quiet about this ?

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Posted in: Nurses say they are needed elsewhere, not at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Focus should be on vaccinating everyone in Japan then life and the economy can get back to normal. This should be the main priority for this government.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers defend request for 500 nurses as virus spikes See in context

Olympics should bring their own nurses and not take away from the vaccine rollout. How many people could these nurses vaccinate during the time they are being used by the Olympics. Time to cancel ASAP.

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Posted in: More than a billion COVID-19 vaccine doses administered globally See in context

and Japan just 1%..................

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Posted in: What does Japan's virus state of emergency mean this time? See in context

So its ok to pack into coffee shops and fast food outlets as Covid stays away from these types of places.

Anyway I am sure many restaurant and bars will ignore this request and wont be punished.

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Posted in: Former trade minister questioned over gift scandal as probe resumes See in context

In not seeking an indictment, the prosecutors had said they took into account that Sugawara, 59, stepped down as minister of economy, trade and industry in October 2019 and apologized for the matter.

Ha ha again one rule for the elite and another for the masses and anyway he would only have got a suspended sentence had they prosecuted him.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic head says cancelation not being considered See in context

Would have been so easy to host if only the government had vaccinated the numbers like the UK and the US. As they haven't they should cancel and resign to take some responsibility for this mess.

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Posted in: Suga to declare state of emergency in Osaka; no decision on Tokyo See in context

Very easy to fix this latest wave by just vaccinating everyone and then no need for another SOE but this incompetent government couldn't organize a p***up in a brewery.

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Posted in: Japan considers letting dentists administer COVID-19 vaccines See in context

Why is the government so slow to make any decision here. This is common sense to use the dentists to help so hurry up and decide !

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 729 coronavirus cases; record-high 1,208 in Osaka See in context

Numbers will continue to climb until the vaccine is rolled out and as that is being done so slowly then better get used to these high numbers.

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Posted in: 23 health ministry employees party until midnight despite virus restrictions See in context

Until they start firing them they will continue to think they can get away with anything and we all know what will happen, they will bow and apologize and maybe take a salary cut for a month,

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Posted in: Suga thanks public for coping with virus restrictions; asks for continuing cooperation See in context

Suga said the government will expand testing and step up monitoring of new variants of the virus believed to be more contagious, while carrying out vaccinations safely and promptly.

Really, don't think anyone believes this.

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Posted in: Coe urges Tokyo not to rush decision on fans for Olympic events See in context

if they had started to vaccinate earlier in Japan then this wouldn't be an issue.

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Posted in: Japan considers COVID-19 vaccination certificates for those traveling overseas See in context

Japan has lagged behind other countries such as the United States and Britain in its vaccine rollout amid a supply shortage due to production delays at Pfizer's factory and the European Union's export controls.

This is not the only reason Japan has lagged and so easy to blame the Europeans.

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Posted in: Vaccinations for elderly to begin in populous areas in limited supply See in context

Time to vote out the LDP and put some smarter people in power as this news is embarassing for Japan.

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Posted in: China says it is exercising self-restraint against Japanese ships near Senkakus See in context

China the world's new bully !

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Posted in: Minister apologizes for bureaucrat's dinners with NTT executives See in context

If its against the law then time to finally prosecute someone and then maybe they would stop this corrupt practice.

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Posted in: COVID-19 inoculations in Japan off to snail pace start due to vaccine, syringe shortages See in context

Japan has always had barriers up to stop overseas drug companies from competing here and now this system is biting Japan in the arse as their hands are tied. Time for a change or at least be flexible during these difficult times.

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Posted in: Go To Travel campaign may partially resume after state of emergency lifted See in context

Isn't it better to start this after the majority of people have been vaccinated, but as this wont happen until much later in the year the big companies like Dentsu and JTB must be pressuring the government to restart GOTO travel early. Not smart at all.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 340 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,025 See in context

Good news

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Posted in: 13 ministry officials wined and dined by Suga's son See in context

At the very least they should be fired but we all know this wont happen.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 178 coronavirus cases; below 200 for 1st time since Nov 24 See in context

How can there be only 5200 tests done on a Friday, a normal workday?

Because to get tested you need to have certain symptons so less tests mean less people with symptoms.

Don't you people get tired of repeating the same things everyday.

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Posted in: Kono warns of slower pace of COVID vaccine shots for elderly after supply delay See in context

the Japanese government have failed its people and cost lives due to its slow rollout of a vaccine.

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